Motion Focus Music Signs Publishing Deal With Germany’s POPVIRUS

Motion Focus Music Signs Publishing Deal With Germany’s POPVIRUS
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Independent production music company Motion Focus Music has announced it has signed Munich-based label POPVIRUS to publish its extensive catalogue exclusively in Australia and New Zealand.

Under the deal, POPVIRUS will add nearly 450 albums with around 15,000 tracks to the Motion Focus Music catalogue.

Motion Focus Music’s Daniel Gatland said: “We are thrilled to be teaming up with POPVIRUS to publish their amazing music in Australia and New Zealand.

“The quality and range of the POPVIRUS catalogue is among the best in the world and we are excited to offer this collection across their four different labels exclusively in our region.

“We are looking forward to a rewarding and creative long-term partnership between Motion Focus Music and POPVIRUS.”

POPVIRUS founder A.B Sporer said: “Good music people are rare to find and Motion Focus Music have all the assets POPVIRUS needs. I highly appreciate this special collaboration between reliable, professional and trustworthy music maniacs.

“I’m 100 per cent sure these guys will completely infect Australia and New Zealand with POPVIRUS.

The partnership will add to Motion Focus Music’s growing presence in the TV, film and advertising landscape, with recent TV placements including Simply Nigella, Top Gear UK and various documentaries on the National Geographic network.

Motion Focus Music’s custom music studio, Jarsonic, has also worked recently on advertising campaigns out of China, Japan, India and Los Angeles.

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